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Address
73, Changdeokgung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul (Wonseo-dong)
서울특별시 종로구 창덕궁길 73 (원서동)
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-766-6000 (Korean, English, Japanese)
Operating Hours
* Summer season (Mar - Nov) 10:00 - 18:00
* Winter season (Oct - Feb) 10:00 - 17:00
Closed
Every Saturday, Sunday and Monday, New Year’s Day, Chuseok Day (Thanksgiving Day), National Holidays
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Introduction

The Museum of Korean Art consists of the temple museums in Wonseo-dong and Changsin-dong, in Jongro-gu in Seoul. They are specialized Buddhist art museums with about 6,000 relics related to Buddhism including statues, paintings, ceramics, and folk crafts. Some of them are national cultural assets: Treasure No. 1204 is Uigyeomdeungpilsuwolgwaneumdo and Treasure No. 1210 is Cheongnyangsangwaebultaeng. The museum in Changsin-dong has on exhibit the Daeungjeon Sinjungdo, a cultural asset of Seoul City. The museum was established to promote not only Buddhist art but also other genres and traditional art forms.

E-Mail
kartm@paran.com
Exhibition Hall Information
*Main Exhibition Hall - The Main Exhibition Hall displays the Korean Buddhist arts in a 2-story building divided into 3 separate exhibition rooms. 17th and 18th Century Buddhist statues and craftworks add up to a total of over 60 relics for viewing. The 2nd floor serves as a Sculpture Hall, where visitors can sit on a wooden bench to take in the beautiful scenery of Changdeokgung Palace.

Exhibition Hall 1
- The 1st floor of Exhibition Hall 1 serves as the main temple, creating a spiritual ambiance full of Buddhist statues, sculptures, and craftworks.

Exhibition Hall 2
-  Exhibition Hall 2 is located on the 2nd floor displaying Buddhist paintings including the skilled Buddhist arts of the Joseon Dynasty.

Exhibition Hall 3
- Exhibition Hall 3 is also located on the 2nd floor. Buddhist sculptures are on display in this room, where images of Buddha exhibit the desires of the afterlife, along with Buddhist sculptures characteristic to Korea.

A special exhibition and outdoor exhibition are also available.
Admission / Participation Fees
Individual Admission Fees - Adults 5,000 won / Students 3,000 won (Elementary, Middle, and High School students over 4 years old)
Groups – Adults 4,000 won / Students 2,000 won (Elementary, Middle, and High School students over 4 years old)
※Groups must consist of 10 or more people
Parking Facilities
Available(Up to 30 cars)
Directions
Anguk station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 2.
Take village Bus 1 and get off at Lucky Laundry.
Or, from exit 3, it takes 7 mins by walk.

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